EcoWave — Slovensko

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ERASMUS+, Klíčová akce 1: tréninkový kurz

Termín konání: 6.—14. srpen 2024

Místo konání: Svätý Jur, Slovensko

Český tým: 4 účastníci (ve věku 18+ let).

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V rámci programu ERASMUS+ jsou následující finanční specifika: v rámci všech projektů je kompletně (ze 100%) zajištěno jídlo, ubytování, aktivity, a to vše je zcela pokryto z fondů EU programu ERASMUS+ a zařízeno organizátory. Účastníkům dále budou proplaceny cestovní náklady (reimbursement) do max. výše €210 (v případě tohoto projektu) z místa bydliště do místa konání projektu a zpět. Na tento projekt je možné využít pouze pozemní dopravu (autobusy/vlaky).

Hostitelská organizace: Bratislava Policy Institute

Popis projektu:

Mobility on improving tools and methods in the context of protecting the environment and mitigation and adaptation efforts towards climate change.

Themes of the mobility:

 The ECOWave project aims to encourage responsible behaviour and galvanise willingness to take up or push for action at local, national and global levels, converging with a wider aim of promoting empathy, responsibility and care for the environment. Mobility’s activities correspond to the increasing importance attached to sustainability in learning mobility that includes ecological, societal as well as economic aspects and meets the immediate need to provide appropriate instruments and materials supporting critical thinking and enabling youth to think about their daily lives.

The overall aim of the mobility program is to teach young people to be able to come up with various instruments and strategies that will enhance, facilitate, and maintain environmental sustainability including discovering, reducing and solving ecological problems in different forums.

Learning objectives of the training are: 

  • To enhance understanding of participants and participating organisations about climate change issues and its impacts;
  • To increase skills of participants and participating organisations in addressing environmental sustainability in their communities that could also help in climate change mitigation and adaptation;
  • To enhance capacity of participants and participating organisations to initiate campaigns and awareness creation activities aimed at fighting climate change;
  • To improve knowledge base on how the media particularly social media can be effectively used as a tool for creating awareness about fake news/misinformation in relation to climate change;
  • To develop interpersonal, teamwork, leadership abilities of participants within cross-cultural environments;
  • To build new relationships between participants and their organisations which will lead to generation of new project proposals to be funded under Erasmus+ Programme.

The methodology of the mobility: 

The mobility will be based on non-formal learning methodology such as name games, icebreakers and team building exercises, discussions on what non-formal education is and its elements, Youthpass presentations, group work on key competences, energizers, individual work on various issues, interactive inputs about main topics, debates or simulations. During the mobility days participants will join reflection groups to think about their learning process. They will gather some input on key elements of campaigns and learn about a few tools that they can apply in making them as well as develop their own campaign ideas. These campaigns shall be launched by the participants in their communities. The team of experienced international trainers will establish a learning environment and facilitate the process.

Who can participate in the training: 

  • Young people from 18 years old;
  • Ready to take part in the whole mobility;
  • Be interested in the topic of protecting the environment and mitigation and adaptation efforts towards climate change;
  • Be able to communicate in English language.

Eligible countries: Slovakia, Czechia, Romania, Turkey, and Armenia

Hosting organisation: Bratislava Policy Institute (BPI) is an independent not-for-profit think tank dedicated to fostering liberal democracy, human rights, Central European region, and European integration through analysis and debate, supporting and challenging relevant stakeholders at national and international levels to make informed decisions based on evidence and analysis.

The food and accommodation will be provided and paid by the organisers. Travel costs will be counted based on the distance calculator of the European Commission and reimbursed by bank transfer after the course (in EUR) through the sending organisations.

Maximum travel cost according to distance calculator:

  • Slovakia – 0 EUR (4 participants)
  • Czechia – 180 EUR (4 participants) – green travel 210 EUR
  • Romania – 275 EUR (4 participants) – green travel 320 EUR
  • Turkey – 275 EUR (4 participants) – green travel 320 EUR
  • Armenia – 530 EUR (4 participants) – green travel 610 EUR

Please note that the food at this project will be vegetarian only.

Accommodation

The accommodation will be provided in Krone Hotel, in Svätý Jur (almost a suburb area of Bratislava). The daily activities will be taking place at the same place. Food will be arranged by the organisers, there will be three meals every day: breakfast, lunch and dinner; and coffee breaks.

You can find the hotel website here: https://www.kronejur.sk

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